Planning for Efficiency in the Workplace

For owners of small businesses one of the most common concerns is whether they are operating their company in the most efficient way possible. Larger businesses can often afford some areas to be suboptimal when it comes to efficiency, but for small enterprises every process needs to be finely tuned to maintain the required level […]

Office Interiors: Comfort vs. Functionality

Balancing functionality and comfort when designing an office is essential, although many business owners simply don’t think seriously enough about it. The truth is, office design is extremely important and it can contribute to the smooth day-to-day running of the company. It can affect productivity, morale, and the overall effectiveness of the staff. Sure, a […]

Setting out on your own: a guide for first time entrepreneurs

It can be a scary yet exciting time when a person decides to set up a business. No more guaranteed income, no support from colleagues and the bearing of a huge responsibility. Yet there are advantages too that cannot be ignored: flexibility, having no one to answer to, and huge satisfaction when money begins to […]

CJ McClanahan Presents Thrivemap on Friday

Earlier this year we heard from CJ McClanahan about how he was glad that his dad decided to move their family to Indianapolis. Now we can hear from CJ McClanahan again, but this time he’ll be talking about the moves you should plan on making in 2014 to succeed with his annual presentation of Thrivemap. […]

Help Stamp Out Hunger with Bill Estes Chevrolet

As part of “Stamp Out Hunger”, during the month of April Bill Estes Chevrolet is offering fifteen dollars off your service when you bring in three cans of non-perishable food.  (Not valid with other promotions/offers.)  If you’re not familiar with this campaign, normally the USPS will leave a bag with your mail and you can […]